An exhibition showcasing creative projects by young people goes on display this week.

Photography, poetry, and mixed media will fill God’s House Tower from Thursday.

The range of work was created by people aged 16 to 25 taking part in charity In Focus’ Develop Skills, Learn and Reflect workshops.

Those involved "had fun with a range of creative skills" including photography, and other lens-based media, creative writing, collage, painting, montage, animation, poetry, mixed media and more.

One participant said: "The people and the atmosphere, as well as the activities, make me feel really safe here.

“I feel really comfortable being myself, just existing and talking about whatever comes to mind.

“It's just a really nice place, like a chosen family vibe, it's just really wonderful."

The workshops have been made possible by support using public funding from the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

‘Seeing things Differently’ exhibition opens on May 30 and runs until the June 16 2024 at God’s House Tower.

A launch event will take place on Thursday 30th May 6pm to 8pm.